What is the proper way to wash MyPillow?
- Wash cold or warm on regular cycle (not delicate).
- Use any detergent.
- Do not use fabric softener.
- Use extra spin cycles to lessen drying time.
The key to preventing pillows from getting lumpy is washing two pillows at the same time since the two pillows will balance out in the washer. To keep your pillows from getting damaged, place them in the washer vertically and use a mild, liquid detergent.
How do I wash & dry MyPillow®? We recommend laundering every 4 months, even if clean. If you have allergies, every 2 months or as often as needed. MyPillow®'s 10-Year Warranty covers laundering.
Use a gentle setting
Throw the pillow in the wash, add a mild detergent, and opt for a cool, gentle, or delicate wash and spin cycle. Toss in some same-colored towels, too, for extra padding. Or, if your machine is big enough, wash two pillows at a time.
Again, read all care instructions. Place pillows in dryer with several dryer balls (you can also use a tennis ball or two). Set heat on a medium to low setting. Time dry for at least one hour.
When you first open your My Pillow, put it in the dryer with a damp cloth for about 15 minutes on high heat to give the pillow's interlocking material a chance to activate.
Dry Pillows Well
Make sure to dry pillows completely, as lingering dampness could reintroduce the mildew, bacteria, and dust mites you're trying to avoid. Dry pillows in your dryer on a low heat setting, checking them every 20 to 30 minutes to ensure even drying.
When you're washing anything down-filled, such as a comforter or bed pillows, adding a few new, clean tennis balls to the dryer will help fluff them up. If you've ever pulled a freshly-washed pillow out of the dryer to find it's become lumpy and misshapen, the tennis ball trick can prevent that.
To restore loft to foam, place in the dryer on lowest heat (or no heat) for 10 minutes. How do I wash and take care of my All-Season Pillow?
Clumping or Odor – These are signs that your pillow is not dry yet. You want it to be completely dry to prevent mold. Dry Test – Hand fluff your pillows in between each cycle. The pillows may still be damp inside even though they feel dry to the touch.
Why does MyPillow smell after washing?
The reason why for instance pillows develop an unpleasant smell after they have been washed and dried, might be that the down and feathers have not been dried completely. In this case it is advisable to wash them again and dry them thoroughly until they are completely dry.
So it's important to clean themat least every six months,preferably every three months. Most pillows can goin the washing machineon the gentle cycle.
Yes, absolutely. Place your MyPillow in your washing machine and add in a mild liquid detergent. Don't use powder detergent, because it can leave a residue on the pillow. Try to have a balanced load of laundry by adding some clothes and sheets so the pillow so the agitator is able to effectively clean the pillow.
The best disinfectant may not be the wash, but the drying process. Tumble-drying laundry, including pillows, on high heat for at least 30 minutes is sufficient for killing most influenza germs. Don't hesitate to tumble dry for longer, however.
Can you wash pillows in the washing machine? Many cotton, down, and synthetic pillows can be put in the washing machine. Always refer to the care instructions first. This is a quick and easy way of washing pillows, the only down-side to washing your pillows at home is that they can take a long time to dry.
Set your dryer to a very low heat.
The fibers in pillows can break down under high heat. Choose a low heat or air dry setting on your dryer for a dry cycle that will keep your pillows safe.
Be certain to dry your pillow(s) very thoroughly so they don't mold or mildew. It will take about 2-3 hours (or longer) to completely dry a standard size pillow at low heat. Use a large dryer on low.
Put a tennis ball inside a tube sock and throw it in your dryer along with your pillow. The tennis ball will bounce around inside the dryer and press against your pillow, breaking up any pieces inside and increasing the fluff factor of your pillow.
Most people should wash their sheets once per week. If you don't sleep on your mattress every day, you may be able to stretch this to once every two weeks or so. Some people should wash their sheets even more often than once a week.
A dryer sheet is fine to use to reduce static. And triple-check to ensure pillows are totally dry (so they don't get mildew!) before making the bed.
What can I use instead of dryer balls?
The foil works like a wool or plastic dryer ball by helping to separate clothing so it dries faster and doesn't clump.
Put your pillows in the washing machine.
Don't worry - it is perfectly safe to wash pillows (even down pillows) in the washing machine. Try to wash at least two at once so that the washer is balanced and the pillows don't get thrown around so much.
Over time, pillows flatten because of either increased moisture or the weight of our heads compressing the materials when we lay on them. Foam pillows usually hold up better than down pillows when it comes to flattening over time.
Why Does My Pillow Go Flat? If you sleep in the same position every night, your pillow goes flat because you're putting the same, repeated pressure on it. Over time, sleeping knocks some air out of the pillow filling. Learning how to fluff a pillow properly helps you re-introduce air and keep your pillow in shape.
Put pillows in the dryer with a tennis ball.
Put the tennis ball in a sock, tie the sock at the end, and throw them both in a dryer for a few minutes. The pillow will be fluffed and perfect for a good night's sleep.